Noun: a word that names a person, place, thing, or idea. Verb: a word that expresses an action or state of being. Adjective: a word that describes a noun or pronoun.
Can you name an example of a noun in this classroom?
Write a sentence that contains one noun.
What is the noun in this sentence? ... Miss Watren walked to the store.
What is the verb in this sentence? He was close to the fire last night.
What is the verb in this sentence? Lucy sang to the music.
True or False: A noun (or pronoun) AND a verb need to be a part of every sentence for it to be a complete sentence.
Is this a sentence? ... I am. Make sure you can back up your answer!
Which of the following is a verb?
What is the verb in this sentence? Nora talked on the phone all night long.
What is an adjective?
- A word that describes a noun or pronoun
- A word that names a person, place, thing or idea
- A word that shows action
Which of these sentences uses an adjective?
- The red car drove away.
- The car drove away quickly.
What does the following sentence tell us about the house: 'The old house has creaky floors.'?
- It's age
- It's location
- It's size
What does the following sentence tell us about the cat: 'The black cat ran across the street.'?
- It's color
- It's speed
- It's breed
Is an adjective necessary to be a part of every sentence?
Write a complete sentence that includes a noun, verb, and adjective.